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A Good Friday to All You Fine Folks,
It is almost Friday February 12, and we have another great day of music and shows planned!
A New Album Once Again: “There’s A Light” a solo project by Todd Smith the group Selah.
Here is a Bit About it:
There’s A Light, the new solo offering from Selah founding member Todd Smith, released August 26 from Curb Records and garnered the #2 position on the Nielsen SoundScan’s Inspirational chart this week. There’s A Light was produced by Ed Cash (Chris Tomlin, Crowder) and is Todd's sophomore solo set. Highlights of the project include the title-cut and first single, "There's A Light"; “Jesus Is,” written while Smith’s father was battling Leukemia last year; “Right Where I Belong,” featuring Dove Award-winning singer/songwriter Ellie Holcomb; and “Calling All Fathers,” a deeply personal anthem encouraging dads to embrace their God-given roles with accountability and confidence. There’s A Light also features “Dmitri’s Song (Jesus Is Alive)," a track penned by Smith and Cash recounting the true story of a Russian pastor imprisoned for his faith for 17 years. Todd recently took some time to share with us the stories behind his new music and where he draws his songwriting inspiration.
The day is loaded with great shows and music. Please tell your friends and family about CCM Classic Radio and SH_RE
VINYL REVIVAL:LISA WHELCHEL- Ah yes, the eighties...everything was BIG! Big hair, big personalities, big ambitions, etc. The eighties were big, and contemporary Christian music made its biggest strides during the decade. Artists began selling more albums and concert tickets, mainstream record label sought out CCM artists, because let's face it, the industry was turning great profits. During the eighties, labels such as MCA, CBS, and others were not only attempting to sign Christian artists, but were also creating Christian labels specifically for the new talent they were signing. Yes, the eighties were a great time to be in the Christian music industry. Read all about this at the link provided.___ http://www.ccmclassic.com/.../do-you-remember-lisa...
The song of the week is “More of Jesus” by Mylon LeFevre. You can read the lyrics at__ http://www.ccmclassic.com/.../do-you-remember-lisa...
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Here is the Program Schedule For Friday, February 12:
1AM Song of the Week “More of Jesus” Mylon LeFevre
3AM Vinyl Revival “All Because of You” Lisa Whelchel
7AM Show 1 / Interview With Wayne Watson
8AM Show 2 / Interview With Wayne Watson
9AM Album “How Time Flies” Wayne Watson
10AM Album “There’s A Light” Todd Smith
10:45 Album “DeGarmo & Key” Destined to Win
12PM Song of the Week “More of Jesus” Mylon LeFevre
12:30 Album “Red For War” Zahna
1:30PM Album “Odyssey” David Meece
2:45PM Song of the Week “More of Jesus” Mylon LeFevre
3PM Album “Lead Me On_20th Anniversary” Amy Grant
4PM Vinyl Revival “All Because of You” Lisa Whelchel
5PM Album “BeBe & CeCE Winans Greatest Hits”
6:15 Album “There’s A Light” Todd Smith
7PM Show 1 / Interview With Wayne Watson
8PM Show 2 / Interview With Wayne Watson
11PM Song of the Week “More of Jesus” Mylon LeFevre
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Many Blessings
Michael Lederer


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